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the people of this country generally because of radio like due for. the secrets of the ukraine's nuclear tests it's. by seeing and fatality indeed where dozens of civilians are reportedly killed and injured in clashes as a pro-government militia pounds i could dump a loyalist town over two weeks. their soldier comes exactly get this nato bombs the former regime from office promising freedom and democracy it's only been people. in the russian company roll snapped is one step closer to becoming the world's leading oil producer as the board of b.p. reportedly greenlights one of the biggest debtor energy deals. plus i can blast in beirut kills eight people including a top security official violent protests erupt across the country and politicians
say the syrian conflict is spilling over the. international news and comment live from moscow this is r.c. with me. hello and welcome to the program an artillery barrage and multiple killings that's all the residents of believers bani walid still witnessing twelve months on from the nato backed revolt which toppled the country's regime and a you might find some of the following images disturbing the besieged town traditionally loyal to the ousted mama gadhafi has been the target of a times by pro-government militia over a dozen people including children have been reportedly killed there in the last three days the city is also suffering from shortages of food and when that thing. can with paul's by anyone it isn't the only victim of leaving. it is. a year after
the killing of warmer khadafi not only has the new government of leave immediately illegal to criticize the february revolution of last year but a group of militias a few leaders with the country's defense ministry is the shelling parts of the country which are considered qaddafi strongholds that bombing it from the air and rockets because many when he was one of the towns which stood against the intervention of the outside world in bani walid local media report that the strikes have killed around a dozen people including children but apparently the people of bani walid are not the only ones persecuted by various militia groups in libya we saw the total wiping out of the thirty thousand strong town to want to go many are black libyans which the misrata brigades which are also laying siege to bani walid who call themselves the brigades for the poaching or black scheme it's such is that a wonderful humanitarian and freedom loving. and discourse that they wiped out the town they've been chasing the people toward the civil war has left libya shredded
in pieces with radical islamists taking advantage of the chaos basically what's happening is that in different cities here we pointed out the main ones tripoli is in town misrata each of them has their own army of their loosely united as the so-called libyan national shield at the same time they're not really under the control of the new defense ministry they're basically on their own according to various reports most of them are even suspicious of the new government in tripoli on top of that division you also have one hundred forty tribes in the country one hundred forty tribes many of them have long running grievances against each other and they're located very close to each other for example the town of bani walid that we mentioned in the report is not even two hours away from misrata so maybe all the food and lawlessness people in those places know anything can happen to them last year coalition forces aren't. to the t.c.
in order to oust moammar gadhafi today the country is flooded with weapons of all kinds and estimated twenty million weapons are still freely circulating in libya that's in a country of six million people it's roughly three guns per person today there are multiple assassinations around benghazi different parts of libya where people are settling scores all sorts of stripes it's chaotic forces in libya well those are the weapons of the most they have the agencies not just as even to the tribal or the background or indeed politics despite the ongoing atrocities and chaos up until this september washington had the revolution in leave because the foreign policy victory for president obama after all the u.s. provided most of the foreign power which led to the capture and the killing of the illegal leaders. yes we came we saw he died.
but only after the tragic attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi and the murder of the american ambassador did leave you come back into the spotlight it raises the question for the administration why didn't you see this coming if there was intelligence about the growing presence of al qaeda in eastern libya we have an election coming up and no one wants to take blame for messing up the arab spring president obama's most recent remarks suggested that his administration is not finished in libya we are going to find out who did this and we're going to hunt them down because one of the things that i've said throughout my presidency is when folks mess with americans we go after them the obama administration has received congressional approval to allocate money for a special unit reportedly of some five hundred people who will allegedly be training counterterrorism forces in libya also there are anonymous reports that the cia is asking for more drones specifically for libya none of this sounds new drone strikes training forces in foreign nations but past experience has shown when the u.s. . goals about cleaning up
a mess it often gets even messier in washington i'm going to check on. political analyst dr abraham alou says levy is being deliberately pushed into chaos with a gateway open for heavy influx of extremists the involvement of western countries was the source of trouble for libya as a whole we have seen that the state has become dismantled as happened in iraq and somalia whatever the nato has walked or u.s. troops of walked and in fact there is not all of law and libya who brought an al qaida into libya and now into syria again it's the same western and vald money with the support of but through dollars from qatar and saudi arabia that is handing the country over to a group of fun out there criminals who are hell bent on on blood torture slit things throats and what have you bringing the country back and to medieval darkness
so. we have seen very clearly what these people are aiming to do they want to punish when they will leave for its stance against the invasion of libya by nato this is a form of collective punishment against the whole population for standing up for the end of pendants and the sovereignty of their country. and the violence and posture of all being echoed in bahrain protests talk of the help of the national community hoping it could pressure the monarchy toward strange but some parts of that same western self interest will ignore the gridlock. b.p.'s board of directors is reportedly set to confirm the sale of it shares of the joint venture ten-k. b.p. to the russian oil giant ross snapped and would make cross now after world's biggest listed it will produce a the deal once for all his point worker has been following b.p.'s board meeting in
london well according to various media sources close to the deal bibi's board of directors today unanimously approved the sale of its fifty percent stake if it's russian joint venture t n k b p now b.p.'s chief executive bob dudley reportedly addressed to be board of directors where he spoke about the advantages that would be brought to the british oil giant if they accepted the roughnecks deal the deal that was reportedly hammered out now in exchange for selling half of russia's third largest company b.p. is going to receive around seventeen billion dollars in cash for us next but they're also going to get an all important thirteen percent stake in ross next itself now that's going to make b.p. the biggest shareholder in rosneft after the russian state itself b.p. it's an extremely attractive offer because it gives them exploration rights in the russian arctic for ross nastia well they could be well on their way to being the
largest investor owned oil company listed in the world and they could be producing over four and a half million barrels of oil a day. british prime minister david cameron is about to be welcomed home from brussels by months of crowns but likely to be cheering him on will bring you along the u.k. which is not discontent later on in the park plus. i mean if mitt romney wins the movie macand. if that then by that time to. election day draws near americans prepare for all possible outcomes even a rigged election in new york president asks the people of the big apple want bay we would do if there was a stone that. that's coming up later but now a top lebanese opposition group is demanding the resignation of the country's prime minister saying he's personally responsible for a massive car bombing in the capital beirut eight people including a top security officials died in the blast which devastated
a christian neighborhood in the city top politicians were quick to put the blame on the syrian regime as they killed official was seen as a hard line opponent of president to find sunni muslims across the country were infuriated with their fascination their protests turned violent with gunfire reported in several cities and roads blocked by burning tires and buried based expert on the middle east as soon as the accusations against syria are dictated by politics. already we have the now the political element coming into play some elements of the march fourteenth movement which is known to be counted. even before it was known to who was killed in this explosion very quickly pointed the finger at the syrian government now we saw a house on the head of intelligence security who apparently has a main killed more targeted that is known to be actually approved march fourth team is known not to be one of the supporters not to be a very very likable person or those who are in government so i think now this would
only lead to more and more fingers from march fourteenth i mean from their west and how is it being pointed at syria the question which must be raised in all of these kind of. this is a who benefits from such an act i think you know if the syrian government does go ahead although we don't have any information but if it does go ahead with these acts i think it's only endangering itself and committing suicide so. is the syrian government as such is it a suicidal government i myself don't see so. the cia is asking the white house for more korans to add on to its existing scorecard pages says director says he wants to keep up the aerial assaults and pakistan again ignoring statistics suggesting only one in five of those killed at the actually he's actually militant more that i can that.
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any time. this is coming to you live from moscow welcome back britain is braced for a wave of demonstrations against the austerity policies imposed by the conservative government tens of thousands are expected to descend on london marching from all corners of the country belfast and glasgow will also witness protest action and journalist neil clark explains why people assert disillusioned with the coalition i can't recall in my lifetime a government becoming so unpopular so quickly when it came in trying to within a year you know people the anger because what's happened is that the want to paint or not being affected by the one percent are doing very well thank you very much whereas the burden is calling on the poor the disabled who've had their benefits cut the government all they can do is save for the key to plan a cut cut cut to make it worse but of course one percent are doing ok government
represent the one percent there's real real was hatred of this now because it's not just i can't tell us it it seems to be a very out of touch arrogant really arrogant couple of very rich people you know government millionaires and i think that i can't see david cameron being reelected in twenty fifteen i just can't. and today's kaiser report brings insight into the life of the one percent and the simple pleasures of life in tax havens and here's a preview of what's coming up for you at nine thirty. you were talking about that move it to around washington d.c. filled with chocolate oh i see swiss chard and my beautiful shangri-la in the mountains. nothing but genetically modified and there cow bells ringing the harvest of the laundered money for the back second drug cartels join me up on the stairs the wall serving together by providing their other as the soda
of music is beautiful all the. people in bahrain continue to pound the streets of the campus on the now my day off today as they demand political reform on thursday of the ronnie so violent scenes as a policeman was killed in a bomb blast the regime is accused of giving voice to voices critical of the ringing in the latest interesting incident and to monica tweets for a man arrested and charged with a different nature regular protests in bahrain have been going on for more than a year and a half and. the country's largest opposition parties has western nations turn a blind eye to that. we're not seeing just been taken against what they are with their. own communities soft with
religion want to kill going to be one we'll be calling for the international community to be. overthrowing go to jean what do you want. talking about good to see look. do not concede to stone with us when you see it. look or see it's very important for. but the unfortunate becomes too juicy is going to use this is the side that's why we've been victims of destructive. human rights. and to some other news from across the globe in panama a boy died as an angry mob would wreak havoc in the streets outrage was caused by a new law which allows the state the sale of state owned land with energy to a free zone near the panama canal demonstrators say the plan will take revenues out of the city violated trust as has been rocking the port city of call on for three
days now the government argues this sale of london's south america's largest free trade zone will yield greater profit. the family although former cuban leader fidel castro has denied rumors he suffered a massive stroke friday saw several reports citing and then israel and doctors say that castro is in a vegetative state and has weeks to live at best a medical that has made claims of four which later proved to be false saying in april that venezuela's charice was days away from death. the cia has told the white house it will small trends which could see more controversial u.s. missions by the. pakistan side that's despite statistics suggesting eighty percent of those killed in such strikes else opinions and anthony shot up from the center for advanced defiance studies billie's drives actually had intelligence that's what you see is the president the credit president obama white house becoming
overreliant on drones one of the things about those that these drones are part of the kill capture program but what we've forgotten is the capture part of the program dead men tell no tales and we've created a dearth of intelligence by the fact we would capture and people would interrogating them that's why you saw a lot of things going on regarding this resurgence of al qaeda troops is a common networkers used to our benefit during the soviet occupation is being used against just now because we failed to understand the politics of pakistan and we're starting the results of that again good human intelligence will help solve this using drones to chill mid-level leaders is not helping this is creating the next generation of leaders who are more committed to that death and destruction you know to states and our allies much more than the ones we were dealing with or. the u.s. election campaign is in its final sayings as the two main candidates battle to win of a floating branches with the race expected to be a close all she's resident because if they have any feeling is that the fairness of
the vote could come could be compromised. electronic voting machines owned by a company with strong republican ties are set to count the vote in ohio which very well could determine the outcome of the two thousand and twelve u.s. presidential election so is there a chance that mitt romney could steal this election this week let's talk about that do you think it's possible that mitt romney could steal the election i think it's very possible i think it's close and it's going to come down to the last minute so it's going to be something a little like that that could sway it which is unfortunate and a lot of people don't even know about it they just think oh well he won so that that yeah what do you do about it. people on the street they talk about i mean if mitt romney wins a movie macand. if that then by that simple one of my fitness houses one day they'd
be a third party would win the election no it didn't matter does it matter where the you know green libertarian conservative whatever just to break the halls of the two party system and if he's a she that wouldn't be bad either right so i want to magically say he says i used to do that does it concern you that there's things like best in our country in general sure that kind of thing shouldn't shouldn't really happen. but i guess it does it happens a lot of places you never find out about you know why don't we find out about this stuff why isn't there more transparency about what's really going on because like you say there's lots of money and whether or not you think romney's going to steal the election the bottom line is those evoluting machines in ohio are owned and operated by a company whose employees have given hundreds of thousands of dollars. romney campaign so they very well could be determining who wins ohio a state that often determines who wins the election.
and we're caving at close psion the upcoming us elections on the two top candidates and our channel will also help provide surge policy and independent candidates with a stage to have their say in a live televised debate so chinning on monday for a special coverage of the race for the white house. will there be a war on iraq. china friend or foe is missile defense offensive. where they're trying to date some u.s. election the close of october twenty second on our team. and still ahead for you was nearly world war three would take an in-depth look at the key been missile crisis in our next program after the break. sigrid laboratory to mccurdy was able to build the world's most sophisticated robot
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club is hosting a tournament in which teenagers are taking part they are playing a computer game a touch of the caribbean crisis or as its better known the cuban missile crisis the game has a historical setting in the united states in the former u.s.s.r. of fighting battles at sea in the air and on the ground to do we got there but everybody's dead this video game is based on the actual events of october one thousand nine hundred sixty two a period of confrontation between then u.s. president john kennedy and soviet leader nikita for a show in response to the american deployment to ballistic missiles in turkey targeted at major soviet cities the soviet union retaliated the stationing their own missiles in cuba about time the world found itself one step away from the start of global nuclear war.
the way of life in this small village never changes that's why the appearance of any newcomer in south is a big event. when the first soviet specialists came to the village in august one thousand nine hundred sixty two the locals were told to keep their mouths shut. a large plot of land in the village outskirts was fenced off with barbed wire what went on inside that enclosure was kept secret for a long time today an old bunker is in ruins the residents have found a use for everything they could take from those ruins. here for example you see all these places all these. are now in iran were set up all the by russian i'm. not even came here now you can see this now you can game and look at this so we are in a place where part of the wall was the border of that there was.
his family has been cattle breeders for decades omar lopez largo has a big farm by local standards in autumn nine hundred sixty two cuban military men knocked on his doorstep among them was a young officer william rocket almight hello or more hello friend. how are you my friend i haven't seen you for ages. you haven't dropped in for a long time it's been so long since we saw each other how's it going not too bad ok let's go and turn. back in one thousand nine hundred sixty two when i'm our first met the cuban military there wasn't time for idle chit chat. the conversation was short and to the point his family was asked to give away their land for the deployment of military hardware brought in by companeros from the soviet union but abram of a came and said that we should leave the house in the next seventy two hours at that time a construction team was already at work here.